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Hamstring Injuries

09 Jul 2014

One of the most common injuries that occur to the sporting population is the dreaded hamstring injury.  It has become […]

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How to Select your Running Shoes

11 Jun 2014

Tips for buying sports footwear Always get fitted for a running shoe preferably from a specialty shoe shop. Buy shoes […]

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Running Injuries & Primitive Movement Strategies

04 Jun 2014

Dan Walsh, chartered physiotherapist at Mid West Physiotherapy, grew up in New Jersey, USA.  Unable to achieve his goal of […]

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Frozen Shoulder ( Adhesive Capsulitis)

15 May 2014

What causes frozen shoulder? A Frozen Shoulder occurs when there is thickening and swelling of the flexible tissue that surrounds […]

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New Shoulder Advice Website

17 Feb 2014

A new website, developed by Dr. Karen McCreesh and Louise Larkin from the Department of Clinical Therapies at the University […]

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Website for Fractures & Musculoskeletal Injury FAQs

22 Jan 2014

A great resource is available online that answers frequently asked questions about musculoskeletal injuries; in particular fractures.

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Problems Caused by Forward Head Posture

22 Jan 2014

The effects of this common posture are discussed.

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Improve Your Computer Posture & Reduce Risk of Injury

22 Jan 2014

Fantastic Information available online regarding the common injuries associated with sitting at computers.

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Lymphoedema and Physiotherapy

04 Oct 2012

This section covers the typical presentation and recommended management of Lymphoedema.

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Ankle Sprains (Lateral Ligament Injuries) FAQs

03 Oct 2012

This section covers the initial presentation and recommended management of a typical ankle sprain i.e. injury to lateral ligaments

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PRICE Regime

03 Oct 2012

This section covers the recommended management of acute (short-term) injuries such as sprains and strains.

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The Role of the Chartered Physiotherapists in Bone Health and Osteopenia / Osteoporosis

04 May 2011

Bones are made from living tissue which renews itself continuously throughout life.  If the skeleton is to develop and renew […]

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